Main merchandise display at Philly Phaithful's Northern Liberties storefront.
Image via Adam Schefter on Facebook
For many, sports are an escape from the realities of everyday life. But every so often, something happens in the real world that the sports world can’t ignore. Some situations call for our collective, undivided attention.
That sh*t cray.
LeBron James took to social media to show off one of the spoils of his success. The reward? There are too many to count, but this particular time it was to highlight a sweet, sweet pair of sneaks that is a product of his tenth signature shoe with Nike.
Lawd, lawd. Photo via NFL
A tip to the Pittsburgh Steelers: keep the past in the past. As in buried way, waaay back in the closet. So far back that it can never again see the the light of day.
Photo via Huffington Post
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton may be the frustrated leader of a struggling football team, but he has remained stylish even in defeat. That fact is little consolation to the 2011 NFL Rookie of the Year, but we know around here that fashion matters.
Fashion for female football fans has come a long way since the need to purchase boys youth jerseys in major retailers because no women’s sizes were carried. Which, sadly, wasn’t that long ago. Now, companies and sports teams and leagues are wise enough to know the buying power of women and try to harness it.